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Downing, A. and Hunter, G. (2003) Validating clinical reasoning: A question of perspective, but whose perspective? Manual Therapy, 8 (2). pp. 117-119. ISSN 1356-689X
Downing, A. (2003) Grieve's Modern manual Therapy of the Vertebral Column. In: (2003) Grieve's Modern manual Therapy of the Vertebral Column. : UNSPECIFIED. ISBN
Conference or Workshop Item
Hand, A., Lander, A., Forster, E., Potter, H. and Downing, A. (2005) An investigation into the relative reliability of two different methods of measuring leg length. In: European College of Sports Science Annual Conference 2005, Belgrade, Serbia, 14th July, 2005.
Downing, A. (2002) The physiotherapy evidence - practice gap. In: Annual conference of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists, Letterkenn, Co. Donegal, Ireland, 18 October 2002.
Hannah Bowen-Jones, , Symes, E., Coe, K., Cro, R. and Downing, A. (2002) The role of physical activity in health promotion following spinal cord injury: a literature review. In: Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Annual Congress, Birmingham, 11 October 2002.
Downing, A. (2002) Reliabilty of marker positioning in motion analysis of the rearfoot. In: 7th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, Athens, 23 July 2002. , Athens , 23 July 2002.
Downing, A. (2001) The intra-tester reliability of finding a precise point on the navicular tuberosity for use in foot measurements. In: 6th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, German University of Sport, Cologne, Germany, 24th July, 2001.
Coales, P. and Downing, A. (2001) An investigation into the relationship between static and dynamic rearfoot measurements during walking. In: European College of Sport Science (ECSS) 2001 Congress, Cologne, Germany, 24th July, 2001.
Downing, A. (1991) The significance of pelvic biomechanics in pregnancy and childbirth. In: 11th International Congress of the World Confederation for Physical Therapy, London, UK, 28th July, 1991.
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